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Income Protection Calculator
How Much Income Protection Do I Need?
If you were suddenly unable to work due to injury or illness, would you still be able to pay the bills?
Paid as a regular monthly benefit, income protection cover provides up to 75 per cent of your regular income until you’re back on your feet again. It’s a great back-up to your existing benefits, such as employer sick leave, and can even be funded through your super.
Simply enter your annual income to calculate how much income protection you might need to cover your current lifestyle.
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